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Secretly NSFW Album Is Created Using People’s Orgasm Sounds
By Mikelle Leow, 02 Dec 2021
Photo 13237722 © Kornilovdream | Dreamstime.com
Do you have a particular playlist you like to get it on with? If not, you could make this soundtrack yours, because it’s actually orchestrated from hot and heavy noises.
Adult toy company LELO worked with composer and producer Matt Emery to create a discreet album powered by climaxes. Called Extended Pleasure, the five-track masterpiece is a remix of pleasureful “donations” made by a diverse group of people, including the elderly and straight and LGBTQ+ partners, Dazed reports.
And should you accidentally put this music on blast, fret not. It’s almost impossible to identify raw intimate noises in there, as orgasm recordings have been converted into abstract sound waves. Emery used the subliminal climaxes to inspire “the energy, tempo, and feel” of the tracks, which in turn are grounded on personal experiences.
Just like how unique each sexual experience can be, the record brings a variety of genres. There’s a cheery jazz track channeling a “couple’s moments of joy and laughter as they pause and take a breath” with a “twinkly piano” climax, and even a surreal synth track driven by “intimate deep breathing and small groans,” for example.
“Music is such a powerful entity that can encapsulate both the physical and mental state, and it was great to recreate the essence of each orgasm into musical form,” says Emery.
Extended Pleasure is streamable on Spotify, Apple Music, and Deezer. The material is so subtle, you could listen to it all day long without being caught. It’s a naughty secret between you and you alone—isn’t that just so exciting?
[via Dazed, cover photo 13237722 © Kornilovdream | Dreamstime.com]
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